My Badi - Schwimmbad Kirchberg
Where do the locals swim in Switzerland? That is what we want to find out during the summer series “My Badi” here on Simple Family Travel.
Switzerland is home to not just great lakes and rivers to swim in, but also specific swimming pools that are worth a day out themselves. They may not always have the views of the lakeside locations, but when you have kids - it’s not always about the views - it’s about great facilities, perhaps a playground and of course shade!
Today Hana from Adina Justine Blog takes us to her favourite place to swim in the canton of Bern.
Where is your favourite Badi?:
Opening Hours & Entry price:
5. – 18. May 09.00 – 19.00
19. – 31. May 09.00 – 19.30
1. June – 6. July 09.00 – 20.30
7. July – 12. August (School holiday) 09.00 – 21.00
13. – 26. August 09.00 – 20.30
27. – 31. August 09.00 – 19.30
1. – 9. September 09.00 – 18.30
On Tuesdays and Fridays, the Badi opens at 6:30 am on June, July, and August
Entry price: Adult 5,5CHF, Students 4,5CHF, Children (6-16) 2,5CHF
The best way to get there?:
Address: Obere Schache 9, Kirchberg BE
Bus Stop (BLS lines 466, 467): Kirchberg, Badimatte
There is parking lot (if you turn from Eystrasse to Sandeggenweg)
What sets your favourite Badi apart from the rest?:
A very pleasant area with lots of natural shade and a nice play area for children.
Anything yummy that we must try on the menu?:
We usually order a Sallatteller mit Ei (Mixed salads with an egg), hamburger with Fries, and of course, a Burgdorfer beer :)
What is one thing you never go to the Badi without?:
My bike :D
Tell us a bit about yourself:
Originally from the Czech Republic I have called Switzerland her home since 2014. I am an HR-manager-turned-stay-at-home-mom who is fully devoted to her husband and three kids. I blogs about life and family friendly travel in Switzerland over at Adina Justina, you can also follow me on Instagram.
Thanks Hana for taking us to your favourite place to swim. Have a favourite place to swim in Switzerland that isn’t on the “My Badi” list? We would love to hear from you!